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In: Musicologica Slovaca , vol. 3, no. 2
Markéta Štefková

Význam klavírnej školy Johanna Nepomuka Hummela pre vývin estetických ideálov klavírnej interpretácie v 19. storočí

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Year, pages: 2012, 216 - 253
Keywords: Hummel, performance, tractate, piano playing, technique, aesthetic ideal
Article type: 1 Štúdie

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Te author focuses attention on the importance of the piano textbook Anweisung zum PianoForte-Spiel by Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1828). Associating himself with the bel canto technique and Mozart’s poetics, Hummel enriched the repertoire with pianistic figures and created a specific lyric-cantabile idiomatics, which had a marked influence on the generation of early romantics. Te author defines the status of the Hummel textbook in the field of 18th and 19th century performance tractates. Particular attention is devoted to comparison with Franz Paul Rigler, from whom Hummel borrowed a number of examples, and also to comparing the performance ideals of Hummel and Beethoven, which became the basis for the paradigm of a new aesthetic ideal of piano playing, represented by Fryderyk Chopin and Franz Liszt. While Hummel gave essential stimuli to Chopin, Liszt took his inspiration rather from the poetics of Beethoven.

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Štefková, M. 2012. Význam klavírnej školy Johanna Nepomuka Hummela pre vývin estetických ideálov klavírnej interpretácie v 19. storočí. In Musicologica Slovaca , vol. 3, no.2, pp. 216-253. 1338-2594.

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Štefková, M. (2012). Význam klavírnej školy Johanna Nepomuka Hummela pre vývin estetických ideálov klavírnej interpretácie v 19. storočí. Musicologica Slovaca , 3(2), 216-253. 1338-2594.